Ringló Vale

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Ringló Vale was a vale located in Lamedon of Gondor traversed by the river Ringló.

The valley was the location of a Gondorian fiefdom. In T.A. 3019, Dervorin, son of the Lord of Ringló Vale, led 300 foot-soldiers to the support of Minas Tirith before the Battle of the Pelennor Fields.

Portrayal in adaptations[edit]

2014: The Lord of the Rings Online:

Ringló Vale was an area in the region of Central Gondor, located east of Lamedon in Western Gondor and north of Dor-en-Ernil. Its emblem was a golden trout on a blue field. During the War of the Ring, the elderly "Lord Borhador" ruled from the Crossing-Hall in Ethring, the only settlement. He was assisted by his other son "Arvaethor" in Dervorin's absence. The Vale was threatened by spiders, White Mountain Orcs, Corsair scouts, and the twice-traitorous Oathbreakers known as the Ruthless Dead. Southwest of Ethring was the beacon of "Eilendoth".